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tv   CBS 5 Eyewitness News at 11  CBS  September 24, 2012 11:00pm-11:35pm PDT

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and elementary school
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principal busted for math and that is just the beginning what police say they found stuffed inside a teddy bear. if my life was a moving no one would believe it arnold schwarzenegger tells all the woman maria confronted him about the secret son and now try to win her back ya don't have to pay a fortune for your smart phone the option that could save you $1,000 a year something a lot of people don't know exist and arsenal of drugs and hidden cameras one stuffed inside a teddy bear along sordid list of allegations facing south bay elementary school principal reporter kiet do how a dating website led to his arrest erik keene lowest at his
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arraignment today a stark difference from his mug shot after arrested last week on drug charges shocking and sad time for the school investigators say they connected the principle through a gay dating website instead of our rendezvous at a train station the 42 year-old offer drugs to an undercover agent in exchange for a date at his home at his apartment police confiscated 10 hidden cameras including one stuffed inside of the teddy bear computer scales and enough drugs to charge them for sale what is suspected to be ecstasy, and three or four vials of g h b the date great drug, raises the possibility that victims were unknowingly recorded he has been a popular principal at montague elementary school for
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the past seven years the district said he did a great job increasing test scores his salary last year $116,000 no evidence kids were in danger but agents seized his work computer anyway. we will explain to students that people make bad choices sometimes these things happen, we have to move on our job is about teaching and learning parents were stunned you teach them not to do drugs and then secretly that is what he is doing, very shocked lewis still in jail on $25,000 bell it will not let him pay it until they could make sure he does not pay it with drug money kiet do cbs 5 we learn more about what caused this fire and explosion at the chevron refinery, it makes you wonder how a
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multibillion-dollar company makes such a mistake. reporter mark sayre in richmond tonight when an explosion and fire rocked the richmond refinery on august 6th no one could have known how worse the situation could have been the federal agency investigating the explosion left no doubt consequences of the cloud of vapor released from an aging pipe could have been far worse the u.s. chemical safety board revealed the section of pipe that ruptured had lost 80 percent of its thickness due to corrosion in post ends in measurement is the surviving portion of the pipe had a thickness as low as one 16th of an inch about the thickness of a penny 200 people turned out at a
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community meeting to your an update a spokesperson for chevron confirmed of those silicon content may have caused the corrosion and poor communication within the company may be partly to blame does not appear this information was effectively understood and acted upon many residents are skeptical right now we're fed up we are angry and i'm trying to be calm chevron must assure us we are protected it scares the heck out of me to look out my window chevron disputes a report that it intentionally by past air quality monitoring equipment the company says all flaring operations are videotaped and open to federal inspection and no reason the company would do such a thing. mark sayre cbs 5
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southern california man to spend almost two decades behind bars for murder he did not commit his home tonight john smith was released from an l.a. county jail two hours ago reunited with his family including nieces and nephews he never met. a judge decided smith should be freed after prosecutors were convinced the lone witness had lied i like to see my family, i appreciate them and look forward to tomorrow will go to my grandmother's and eat dinner and enjoy music and tell stories smith's grandmother more mr. home to pay for his initial defense to set despite spending half his life in prison he is not better. san francisco as police chief got an earful from people in the mission district, upset about the hooliganism that
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followed an officer involved shooting protesters went on to rampage in the neighborhood breaking windows, residents at a community meeting asked why police are not doing their job to keep the peace. this community has done and worked and struggled to make changes, but it has not been enough the mission is a safe place and vibrant community the san francisco police department and those selected by you to serve you and community members we work with are committed to keep this eighth place 22 year-old man pointed a loaded machine gun at officers before officer shot him twice he survived in faces various charges he is a recent parolee who was in prison for shooting two people including a teenage by standard california law says assault weapons are illegal, kind of,
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which exposed a loophole after watching a report a bay area legislator try to ban the bullet button you'll see what a bureaucratic mess it became all while california gunmakers tell what the law intended to ban we make firearm suitable for target shooting sporting uses he owns a gun factory making military-style rifles in santa clara county he runs a legal business because the rifles here come installed with bullet but in a device manufacturers have designed to abide by the state and on detachable magazines which are illegal in combination with other features, sensible it but and does not work with your finger you need a tool so the magazine is considered fixed and therefore illegal that is american ingenuity
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but he went into combat mode a bill in sacramento would have banned the bulletin hurting not just his business but also half a million californians who have to modify or give up their guns it would be an illegal taking the choice is to provide registration system or somebody can rightfully take their property and registered or confiscate it when you have a state that is 25 billion in the red we don't need and other liability the state sponsors said the campaign got ugly fast we get e-mail's and phone calls and billboards along 1 01 some attacks even racially charged i see your from communist china could back to china the senate appropriations committee killed it some arguments will need the bill it can be handled administratively the attorney
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general can simply write regulation that says from now for the bullet buttons in california is banned. attorney general, harris points the finger back at other lawmakers it is based on a law that supports them the law needs to change to make it specific state regulations meant to interpret the law contradicted the regulations approved bullet buttons although bullet and allow the quick reloading the law forbids it is getting close to what was banned originally this undercover agent shows us how fast the bullet button works you might have a second or to difference 1 man monday said it, takes as second or two and people say that is not what the law intended we agree
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what is next with no action from harris's office and no action this year from state lawmakers bullet but condenser man legal in california and the factory ... if grates back orders for us and drives business our way we hope the manufacturers would stop getting around the intention would like to believe people would not purchase products from manufacturers getting around the intention of the law jacobson hedges his bets in case the boat but in his band he has several other designs. what does maria think about the memoir and bring this up arnold schwarzenegger spills details about his affair and his secret child what else he reveals in an interview with cbs news the discovery that could lead to a cure for breast cancer cut your cellphone bill and
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from his affair and secret son to the moment that maria found out, arnold schwarzenegger tells all in his autobiography " total recall " juliette goodrich shows us it reads like a hollywood at and comes with trauma and sex and of my life was a movie no one would believe that this trailer released today to promote on on schwarzenegger's books " total recall my unbelievable to life story " one chapter getting all the attention a moment heat was confronted about fathering a child with a housekeeper turned a counseling session with wife maria shriver, according to new york due in news, schwarzenegger rights the minute we sat down to a therapist turned to me and said " maria
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wanted to come here today and asked about the child whether you fathered a job with their housekeeper " i told the therapist is true a story that recounts the time he had sex with mildred in the guest house while his wife and kids away on vacation what is maria think about the memoirs? i think maria wishing me well with everything that i do the actor turned governor spoke with 60 minutes lesley stahl the episode airs this sunday she knows it is about my whole life and what not write a book and leave out that part schwarzenegger revealed in the book he tried to convince themselves he was not the father, he had to face the truth when the boy grew up looking so much like him as you read it?
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know she has not read anything schwarzenegger said he wanted to write a book about his life and instead of doing the right thing about his son he put the truth and a compartment and locked it up, now it is in the open the book " total recall " released next monday juliette goodrich cbs 5 scientists say a new discovery could lead to a cure for breast cancer, more than 200,000 women in the united states get breast cancer every year reporter john a pope on the genetic code and mr. rate of breast cancer treatment why do many women with the same disease at different outcomes a comprehensive analysis of breast cancer led by this doctor has led to a close the study confirmed that breast cancer is not one disease but at least four different
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diseases, we have found some genetic causes of these four different diseases that is important know i'm specific genetic changes that allow a tumor to grow gives reach gives researchers specific targets for trade but. one therapy may not work for another this should individualize medicines one surprising result, a rare but deadly form of the disease called triple negative breast cancer is similar to ovarian cancer we might be tried for this breast cancer could be used for ovarian and vice versa that could be good news for women like this woman who was diagnosed with triple negative press cancer seven years ago if it can be targeted for dangerous cancers it will be a
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great outcome this study provides a framework for the next generation of clinical trials and hopefully up your a factory ride in china will not delay production of apple's new i phone, the brawl broke out between 2000 employees at one of the factories that make the smart phone 40 people hurt, the factory reopened after a one day closure apple has sold 5 million i phone 5, some analysts predicted sales will top 10 million. if you have a cellphone or smart phone you know the monthly bill can be brutal more people turn to an often overlooked option that can cut the monthly bill reporter julie watts on how you can stretch your paycheck she is not afraid of commitment she does not want one
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with your cellphone carrier i have a month to month she has an unlimited monthly plant with metro pc yes something a lot of people don't know exist the big carriers don't go out of their way to tell you about prepaid plans there are less profitable they're interested in signing people signing up for a contract because it is a guaranteed amount of money other companies don't do a lot of advertising but month-to- month plants can pay off if you are an individual user who does not use a ton of data prepaid customers have more phone options to several companies companies offer a pay as you go plans when downsize you have to by around phone that might be sticker shock
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and i phone can cost 600 of dollars compared to 200 with a contract so it could take year our more to realize savings and figuring out the one to choose could take home work you have to educate yourself there is no one size fits all it is been a great choice julie watts cbs 5 some web sites help calculate if a pre paid plan will save you money we have a link at cbs s f dot com/consumer watch we will do something with otherwise we of not,,,,,,
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paul deanno, the first monday night of all the nights are no longer than the days a beautiful shot captured by joe earlier check out the flag fog and moon rising over san francisco a beautiful shot outside. fremont down to 52, san jose
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5549 the law in santa rosa. redwood city dropped to 53, monday night to thursday, a significant pattern change coming, we will see it, and off shore went low pressure to the south gives us an east wind, it will increase fire danger of the most apparent change it will be warmer and sunnier that begins thursday morning fog and afternoon sunshine. on sunday, on thursday excuse me it will be sunny all daylong, that will last about five days warmer weather by thursday. san jose 78, 74 redwood city, los altos 81, lower 80s morgan hill, fairfield 88, 74 tomorrow
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for petaluma, check out the extended forecast calls for the warm-up 90s widespread inland. san francisco hitting 80 degrees by this weekend, time for sports i'm dennis o'donnell the worst call in back in 1998, we had this idea to deliver fresh fruit to offices in downtown san francisco. we built these wooden crates, filled these with fruit in my one-bedroom apartment. the fruit guys has been with bank of america since they first started. we work with them to help them grow and succeed. we're coming up on 50 employees and delivering to thousands of companies every week. i would definitely say this is a fruitful business.
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the nfl's replacement officials need to be replaced tonight they blew a call but give the went to the wrong team seahawks down by five russell wilson of hail mary for the win appears to be an interception in stead the officials ruled it a touchdown the seahawks beat the packers or should i say officials beat the packers he clearly has the football, even on the replay where regular officials are used the call was not overturned and packers and the seahawks went 14-12 it was awful look at the
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replay, the fact it was reviewed, awful and all my years of football tie goes to the runner the seahawks won 14-12 i'm still confused the a's don't have umpires to plan for the melt down. second inning he crushes his eighth home run of the year a's lead to nothing, we go to the third yoenis cespedis in the heart of texas the a's are cruising candy bullpen hold the lead. bottom seventh he ties it up with one swing of the bat opposite field, game is tied at 4, bottom of the ninth bases loaded a hit off ties and ross wins it for texas. a's are 5 back in the west and two against up over the angels
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for final playoff spot raiders hayward areas bay released from the hospital this morning. the game was stopped for 12 minutes before hayward bay was carted off the field with a neck injury and concussion top 5, we get ready for every sportscast in westbrook pylon nfl refs night he throws his cap on the field cowboys receiver slips on it and the cowboys still won the game no. 3, ever play hot potato? he missed judges the line and still makes the circus catch. number two, blue jays and orioles, here's the throw, keys out great call it dana king!
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